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In a soundbite ridden speech at the Conservative party conference, David Cameron promised an “assault on poverty”. But he said absolutely nothing about what could be done to back up that claim.
Much of the debate over the recently-defeated assisted suicide bill was couched in terms of one’s rights. While not necessarily intended by the authors of the bill, the media frequently referred to it as the ‘right to die’ bill.
The United Kingdom has been in the grip of a housing crisis for more than a decade due to the rate of houses constructed being unable to keep up with demand.
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